I have reason to believe that the seller’s agent was not truthful about the opposing bids for a property. I’m suspicious he made up bids to drive up the price I eventually offered. Do I have the right to demand proof of the opposing bids?
I bought a 2 wheeler using finance. They take my money from my bank by ECS method without interruption on monthly basis. Now they have deposited my cheque also given for security reasons . Now i have to run post to pillar to get statements from bank supporting the same and submit it to finance company and beg behind them .. This affects my work in a greater way. Shall I approach consumer court ? How I will be benefited ?
After taking my all documents as required by the bank, the bank is now refuses to issue a credit card without assigning any reason and also not returning my document. In this regard to whom should i contact ?
From past 1yr, AUD has risen from the levels of Rs.46 to Rs.58 at present. What is the reason behind this and hows the future trend ?
Only serious & deep answers are solicited:
The NSE & BSE indices show steep falls and are attributed to downward trend in global economy, recession, metal meltdown, rising crude prices etc.
But the real estate prices are very firm. Is a correction due on the galloping real estate prices?
I already have a home loan liability based on my income and am repaying it regularly. We recently decided to invest in another home, but wanted to take the loan for that based solely on my spouses income and repayment capacity. Though the loan amount required is well justified by her income level, but the bank says they need my income proof too, so as to justify the joint liability of both the loans put together. Is that avoidable?
The reason I want to avoid it is that, I am in between changing jobs hence an unemployed for now, thus can’t provide an income proof.
If I open a tax saving fixed deposit with a nationalized bank for a period of 5 yrs and then due to some reason I break that fixed deposit after 2 yrs then do I get accumulated interest on it in 2 years along with principal amount ? Do I have to pay any penalty for it ?